Category Archives: Google Cloud

Just desserts: Baking with AI-made recipes

It’s winter, it’s the holidays and it’s quarantine-times: It’s the perfect recipe for doing a ton of baking. In fact, U.S. search interest…
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Learn to build no-code apps quickly to simplify your work

With AppSheet from Google Cloud, anyone can build custom applications without having to write code. Whether you’re part of a large organization…
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Google Meet and Duo help you share moments that matter

Without a doubt, 2020 was the year of video calling. And for us, that meant making sure every student, team, and family…
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Live captions come to Meet in four new languages

This year has marked a dramatic shift in how many of us work, learn and stay in touch with one another. And…
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Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in September

September is typically a month of transition, with students going back to school and most American sports leagues starting their seasons or…
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Cloud Covered: What was new in Google Cloud in June

Summer arrived here in the U.S. last month, so school's out—but people are still using technology to connect, play and learn. Here’s…
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Cloud Covered: What was new in Google Cloud in May

In the last month, we’ve all faced challenges on a global scale. As we look for ways to heal and find hope,…
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Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in July

July was a month for barbecue, ice cream and sunshine. Here at Google Cloud, we managed to squeeze in some of what…
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Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in April

Spring was blooming as we welcomed thousands of people to our big annual event: Google Cloud Next ’19. We heard great stories…
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Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in February

February is a time for chocolate and candy hearts, but you know what's really sweet? Less email spam and apps that work…
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